SHOOT: It's a no brainer. It's not good for the players, it's damaging to the ears and most people don't seem to like it. Banning may not be the answer, but limiting its use to Bafana games only may well be.
"We can't sleep at night because of the vuvuzelas," said the French captain, Patrice Evra. "People start playing them from 6 a.m."
Even Danny Jordaan, the World Cup's organizer who has so far refused to ban the horns, admits as much: "I would prefer singing," he said.